Catalog entry is a huge mess -- can it be cleaned up?
The following catalog section is supposed to contains records from the 5th notary of Bogotá, Colombia: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/2813179
This section is a huge mess, not only does it include images from the 5th notary, but it also includes:
-indexes from the 1st notary
-indexes from the 4th notary
-civil cases from a completely different province (Bolívar, on the Atlantic coast)
-population censuses from all around the country
-criminal records from Valle del Cauca (near the Pacific coast)
The disorganization causes not only a eyesore but also makes the improperly categorized documents underutilized. Also, it seems like many of the records are still not available for online viewing, despite having first popped up years ago. There is seemingly no rhyme or reason for which record is available for online viewing, and there is no structure to how they are sorted. You have various years all over the place, there are only a handful of records that are actually in sequential order.
This isn't the only entry like this -- the following is supposed to contain municipal records for Bogotá, yet only a few actually pertain to that city. The overwhelming majority are for the 1928 census in the Chocó department: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/3041210
Altogether these are super disorganized, personally I'm even willing to assist in cleaning it up.